National Active and Retired Federal Employees Pomme de Terre Chapter 1980 member Larry Pagel recommended a Citizens Memorial Hospital Cardio-Pulmonary Rehabilitation professional as a special guest speaker. Therefore, we are extremely fortunate to have Jenna Hicks as the featured guest. Her …
The Buffalo Garden Club held its October meeting on Thursday, Oct. 18. The members attending were Diana Arendt, Shirley Hyatt, Karen Kruger, Debbie Miles, Liz Van Dee and Janet Wood. Our roll call question was, “Do you have any flowers that can be used as feed for birds?” One of the most giv…
On Sept. 18, the Buffalo Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary held the annual luncheon and tacking party. We invited grandmothers, mothers, daughters, wives and children of any veteran.
Ronna Ford, Democratic candidate for Missouri’s 129th District Representative, welcomed attendees to the Oct. 16 Dallas County Democrats “Meet the Candidates” barbecue fundraiser.
The Buffalo Garden Club held its September meeting on Sept. 27 at Liz Van Dee's home. The members attending were Diana Arendt, Becky Bell, Carol Corey, Shirley Hyatt, Karen Kruger, “Tess” Kurtz, Debbie Miles, Maxine Nimmo, Liz Van Dee and Janet Wood.
On Oct. 4, 19 members of the Branch Homemakers Club met at the fellowship hall in Macks Creek for the bi-weekly meeting. It was reported that the bake and craft sale was a success.
On Sept. 20, 11 members of the Branch Homemakers Club met at the home of Judy Griffin. After lunch, the women sang “Happy Birthday” to club President Pat Waters. The group discussed the upcoming craft and bake sale and quilt show. This event will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 29 at the Macks Cre…
The fall Helping Hands dates are Oct. 13, Nov. 3 and Dec. 15. The Saturday volunteer group meets at 9 a.m. at the Dallas County Community Park (known as the new park) and proceed to properties from there. Call Clara Boggs at (417) 345-1889 if you are interested in helping or want more information.
On Aug. 17 seven members of the Branch Homemakers enjoyed a ladies luncheon at the Camden County Museum. The theme of the luncheon was “holidays” with information on the origination of each holiday being displayed and noted. Everyone had a great time along with great food.
The Cherokee of Arkansas and Missouri Tribe will have its yearly election from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at The Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Ave., Springfield.
AmVets Post 117, Buffalo, thanks the following sponsors for the recent fundraising bull ship party: Unique Boutique, Shewmaker Auto Parts, O’Reilly Auto Parts, The Cutting Edge, Maple Street Grill, Eagle Fast Lube, Hip Pocket Pizza, Flowerworks, Hurricane Bay Carwash, Megan’s Breakfast Nook,…
Alpha Tau met in September at Church House Banquets in Halfway. Several of the ladies wore hats to celebrate the founding sisters and because that was the custom at the time the group was founded.
The Buffalo Rotary Club sponsored three high school girls’ attendance at the Rotary Youth Leadership Academy June 24-27 at William Woods University in Fulton.
The Buffalo Garden Club held its August meeting Thursday, Aug. 23. The members attending were Diana Arendt, Shirley Hyatt, Karen Kruger, Tess Kurtz, Maxine Nimmo, Liz Van Dee, Brie Warren and Janet Wood.
The next National Active and Retired Federal Employees Pomme de Terre Chapter 1980 meeting will be Wednesday, Sept. 5, at Smith's Restaurant in Collins. We start gathering at 11 a.m. for fellowship and lunch before the meeting begins.
Katie Olson was presented the Alpha Tau Chapter Grant-in-Aid during the Alpha Tau Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma spring meeting at Church House Banquets in Halfway.
The Branch Homemakers Club met July 26 at the fellowship hall in Macks Creek with hostess Eva Creach. Everyone enjoyed a wonderful lunch with the main dish of fried chicken.
The Buffalo Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Unit 62 will hold a rummage and bake sale starting at 8 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 8 and 9, at 1100 N. Maple St., Buffalo.
The Buffalo Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Unit 62 is accepting donations for its rummage and bake sale, scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 8 and 9, at 1100 N. Maple St., Buffalo.
The Dallas County Historical Society will hold the third open house of the summer Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Buffalo Head Prairie Historical Park. The park is on South Ash Street in Buffalo.
The Buffalo Garden Club held its July meeting Thursday, July 26. The members attending were Becky Bell, Shirley Hyatt, Karen Kruger, Thelma Kurtz, Debbie Miles, Maxine Nimmo, Liz Van Dee, Brie Warren and Janet Wood. We welcomed a new member, Diana Arendt, also.
Zach Vajda, 17, Buffalo High School senior, spent a week immersed in government, business and leadership at Missouri Boys State. Boys State is an eight-day program to show high school boys leadership and how government works.
Candy Simonson, a self-employed freelance writer, author and secretary of the Springfield Writers' Guild, will be the featured speaker at the SWG’s Saturday, July 28, meeting.
National Active and Retired Federal Employees Pomme de Terre Chapter 1980 members, potential members and their guests are invited to attend the August meeting, featuring Charley Burwick as the speaker.
The Buffalo Garden Club’s July Yard of the Month is at 730 Hooked Drive, the home Paula Kjar. Her yard is very neatly groomed and has a variety of plants and hanging baskets. The use of various yard ornaments and a birdbath has added to the garden’s design.
This fall the Dallas County Area YMCA will offer its after-school program Monday to Friday, immediately following dismissal until 6 p.m. The daily fee is $4 per child, or $2 if the child qualifies for the free or reduced lunch program.
The Dallas County Sheriff’s Posse always welcomes new volunteers. The group serves the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office with search and rescue, emergency response, security, traffic control and community service.
The Dallas County Historical Society will hold the second open house of the summer Saturday, July 7, at the Buffalo Head Prairie Historical Park. The park is on South Ash Street in Buffalo.
The first Society of Ozarkian Hillcrofters, formed in 1931, seems to have met with limited success according to old newspaper accounts. The society did succeed in acquiring quite a few members, but as for what the members accomplished, that might have been minimal.
Buffalo Girl Scouts Troop 71305 apologizes to all the business participants who did not see their flags out on Flag Day. The parent sponsors had a death in the family, and it was their turn to put the flags out. Circumstances as they were, they didn’t have a chance to get someone else to put…
The Buffalo Garden Club held its May meeting at the home of member Thelma “Tess” Kurtz on Thursday, May 24. The members attending were Karen Kruger, Thelma Kurtz, Penny Nevills, Maxine Nimmo, Liz Van Dee, Brie Warren and Janet Wood.
The Branch Homemakers Club met May 31 at the fellowship hall in Macks Creek with hostesses Freda Jackson and Billie Ruth Edwards. A wonderful lunch with the main dish of spaghetti and meatballs was enjoyed by everyone.